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Our resistance wires, ribbons, heating coils and ceramic assemblies are used in industry for heating glass, curing paint, and dissipating energy. As a manufacturer of heating components, we design the coils and assemblies to maximize efficiency and minimize costs. When designing heating elements, we carefully select the proper resistance alloy and gauge considering the operating temperature and environment the component will be exposed to. The team at Hyndman Industrial Products has the experience and expertise to assist with your industrial heating application.
Some of the more common industrial heating applications include: box oven & furnace elements, heat trace tapes & cables, cartridge heaters, duct heaters, band & drum heaters, heated air curtains, lab ovens & mantels, air guns and dehumidifiers. We also provide replacement heating elements for a variety of applications.
Typical alloys used in industrial heating are:
KA1 - Common Name: Kanthal A1, Alloy 875, Resistohm 145, Alchrome 875, MWS-875, Stablohm 875
KD - Common Name: Kanthal D, Alloy 815, Alchrome DK, Alferon 901, Resistohm 135, Aluchrom 5, Stablohm 812
N8 - Common Name: Chromel A, Nikrothal 80, Tophet A, Resistohm 80, Alloy A, MWS-650, Stablohm 650
KAF - Common Name: Kanthal AF, Resistohm Y, Aluchrom Y, Alloy 837, AF
N6 - Common Name: Chromel C, Nikrothal 60, Tophet C, Resistohm 60, Alloy C, MWS-675, Stablohm 675
A90 - Common Name: Alloy 95, 90 Alloy, MWS-90, Cu-Ni 10, Cuprothal 15, Cu-Ni 10, Alloy 320
A180 - Common Name: Alloy 180, 180 Alloy, MWS-180, Cuprothal 30, Midohm, Cu-Ni 23, Nickel Alloy 180
294 - Common Name: Alloy 294, Cuprothal 294, Nico, MWS-294, Cupron, Copel, Alloy 45, CuNi 102, Cu-Ni 44
Contact us today with your requirements for a quotation.